A frequent house flipper and author of not one but two books on homes, Diane Keaton is a woman after my design-loving heart. I think it was when I saw her Bel Air home in Architectural Digest that I realized she had an affinity for flipping. Ever since, at any mention of her name, I perk up, hoping to get a glimpse of her latest project. This month, C Home takes us into the Oscar-winning actress and design aficionado’s Pacific Palisades home, and naturally, it’s full of inspiration. The traditional Connecticut-style shingled farmhouse, which sits on a windswept bluff, is true to Keaton’s menswear-inspired style, with lots of blacks, whites, and pinstripes. Industrial metal and worn wood are the theme of her furniture selections, and flea-market finds and original art are thoughtfully arranged to create a space that feels full of character. Scroll below for a tour.
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